PRESIDENT, WAHAB CONSTRUCTION
From the ground up, from the inside out, and from the outside in, Walid Wahab has built a distinct reputation for quality craftsmanship tailored to sophisticated and challenging residential and commercial projects. Since founding Miami-based Wahab Construction in 1992, Mr. Wahab has established a whole new caliber in his field and cultivated an exacting eye for detail. His distinct background in architectural and civil engineering, a unique attribute for a builder, has enabled him to create a standard of excellence that is reflected in each project.
Mr. Wahab is a leader in providing detail-driven construction and has completed some of the most impressive projects, many of which are widely published in national and international magazines, including the globally distributed Architectural Digest.
Known for his superior expertise managing, designing, and customizing building needs, Mr. Wahab, who frequently works with an exacting and dynamic team of Architects, Designers & Consultants, ensures complete synergy throughout the construction process. He has mastered a broad scope of projects for clients and continues to look ahead as he evaluates each potential project.
Mr. Wahab earned degrees in Civil and Architectural Engineering from the University of Miami, and a Masters in Business Administration in Logistics, Operations and Materials Management from the School of Government at George Washington University. Most recently, Mr. Wahab received designation as a LEED GA (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Associate) from the Green Building Certification Institute.
Active in the community, Mr. Wahab is a staunch supporter of local organizations. He holds several positions which include: Perez Art Museum Miami Trustee, Junior Committee Founding Member of Art Basel Miami Beach; The George Washington University School of Business Board Member, and Guggenheim Museum Middle Eastern Circle Advisory Board member.
Mr. Wahab is Venezuelan-born and speaks three languages fluently: English, Spanish and Arabic. He lives in Miami with his wife and two sons.